Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust is pleased to present our Pūrongo-a-tau mō te tau 2021-2022.

The past financial year has seen the Trust go from strength to strength. Acting within the context of a concluding strategic plan, the past year had a focus on building an evidence base for our long-running initiatives, as well as the establishment of the new blue ocean kaupapa by way of pilots.

The following report outlines some of the key developments in a year replete with positive mahi. Moving into the next iteration of the Trust’s strategic direction, it is crucial that we continue to take considered and courageous risks in order to deliver on our purpose – the sustenance of Māori identity.

Incremental change will not suffice. Business as usual will not suffice. This last year we have worked hard to earn the right to be aspirational, and we must now weave these aspirations into our bold strategic approach.

Our legislative requirements are our minimum standards and we will ensure that we continue to be good kaitiaki of the Trust’s assets. However, our focus remains on impactful design, strong delivery, and building trusted partnerships throughout the motu.

Click the button below to read the full report online, we will also have printed copies available to take home at the upcoming Te Ohu Kai Moana Hui-a-tau on 23 March in Tāmaki Makaurau.